|House of Evil|
|Title:||House of Evil|
|Directed by:||Juan Ibáñez|
|Written by:||Luis Enrique Vergara|
|Produced by:||Juan Ibáñez|
Luis Enrique Vergara
|Music by:||Enrico C. Cabiati|
|Distributed by:||Columbia Pictures|
|Running time:||89 min.|
Moorhenge Mansion, 1900: the elderly dying recluse Matthias Morteval invites his last known relatives to his mansion for a will reading but with the actual intention of unmasking the carrier of a recently returned murderous family illness. Unexpectedly, Morteval dies and soon his guests are being killed by his brother's living toys.
|Boris Karloff||Matthias Morteval|
|Ángel Espinoza||Ivar Morteval|
|Beatriz Baz||Cordelia Rash|
|Quintín Bulnes||Doctor Emery Horvath|
|Manuel Alvarado||Morgenstern Morteval|
|Carmen Velez||Girl in Dungeon|
|Felipe de Flores||Unknown|
|José Luis G. de León||Fodor|
|José Antonio Garcia||Unknown|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Known as Serenata macabra in Mexico.
- The same production crew from this film also produced The Fear Chamber, Isle of the Snake People and The Incredible Invasion.
- Filmed primarily in Mexico in the Spring of 1968. Boris Karloff's scenes were filmed in Santa Monica, California. This was one of Karloff's final films. 
- A few minutes of the film are trimmed off in the US screenings of House of Evil. It remained on the shelf in US markets and did not receive a mainstream theatrical release until 1978; ten years after it was shot.